The Key To Endless Energy And Aging In Reverse


In just one treatment in a capsule, you will have the effect of a hyperbaric chamber, a cryo capsule, an infrared sauna, a salt room and a capsule for relaxation and meditation. 

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The Key To Endless Energy And Aging In Reverse

In just one treatment in a capsule, you will have the effect of a hyperbaric chamber, a cryo capsule, an infrared sauna, a salt room and a capsule for relaxation and meditation. 

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Enable customers to have a unique experience and gain a competitive edge.

Imagine being able to offer clients services and programs similar to those conducted in the finest wellness, spa, and beauty centers and clinics worldwide.

Quantum Wellness offers a range of benefits for both center owners and clients. In addition to exclusivity, sustainability, and profitability, Quantum Wellness will provide your clients with 100% personalized services and programs that target the underlying causes of aesthetic and health issues instead of just addressing symptoms and visible changes. But that’s not all. What sets our concept apart from everything else currently available is the ability to predict potential contraindications and assess the effectiveness of treatments or products before they are used.

No, this is not science fiction, but a reality that can already be accessible to your clients today. Evolution is happening right now, and you are at the forefront of the revolution in the beauty and health industry. Provide us with suitable space and internet connection, and leave the rest to us. For more information on the benefits of Quantum Wellness, please refer to this link…







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Reverse The aging clock

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Reverse The aging clock



The foundation of the Quantum Wellness concept lies in High-Tech capsules (Quantum Pod) or ergonomically designed Quantum QL (Lounge Chairs) platforms for conducting treatments. Depending on the needs, various diagnostic and therapeutic modules can be implemented in the Quantum Pod and Quantum LC platforms. While the person lies in a position that provides a sensation similar to zero gravity and with 3D music in binaural rhythm promoting relaxation, different diagnostic procedures and tests can be performed simultaneously. The information obtained in this way allows professionals from different specialties to gather important health-related data that is invaluable for creating personalized therapeutic or nutritional programs.

The effects of using the Quantum Wellness program include:

  • The potential of the cellular membrane is normalized.

Life and death begin at the cellular membrane, which is why only by finding a way to influence the cell’s membrane potential can we expect long-term solutions for aesthetic and health problems.

General exhaustion of the body, caused by stress or chronic illness, will decrease the potential of the cellular membrane. If this potential is reduced to a level between -20 to -30 mA, the cell will not be able to replicate successfully. The cell utilizes 50% of its energy to maintain this potential. Our system allows for selective movement of protons (H+ ions), which will then be redirected to the cellular membrane. In this way, the membrane will be hyperpolarized, and the membrane potential will be normalized.

Increased ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) levels in the body.

    • This is the energy source used to combat diseases.
    • Stimulation of lymphatic drainage through dynamic changes (eliminates toxins).
    • Stimulation of circulation, delivering nutrients to cells, eliminating toxins, increasing antioxidants that neutralize free radicals, and stimulating cascading enzyme reactions.

When there is a lack of energy in the cell, typically resulting from a decrease in ATP levels, various functions of the body can be compromised. Here are some functions that are affected when energy is insufficient:

  1. Metabolic functions: Energy is crucial for metabolism, the process by which food is converted into energy that the body uses to perform all its functions. Insufficient energy can lead to a slowdown in metabolism and a reduced ability of the body to break down food and absorb nutrients.

  2. Muscular functions: ATP is essential for muscle contraction. When there is insufficient ATP, muscles lose the ability to contract properly and function optimally. This can result in fatigue, muscle weakness, and reduced physical endurance.

  3. Nervous system: Nerve cells, including neurons, require ATP for proper functioning. Energy is needed for the transmission of nerve impulses, maintaining the electrical potential of cells, and synthesizing neurotransmitters. Insufficient energy can lead to reduced nerve activity, which can impact cognitive functions, mood, and even heart and respiratory function.

  4. Synthesis and building of molecules: ATP is involved in the synthesis and building of many molecules in the body. Insufficient energy can disrupt processes such as protein synthesis, lipid synthesis, nucleic acid synthesis, and the production of other important molecules necessary for maintaining normal body functions.

  5. Material transport: ATP drives active transport processes across cell membranes. When ATP levels are low, the transport of materials across cell membranes can be disrupted, affecting the proper functioning of cells and tissues.

Overall, a general lack of energy in the body can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, reduced endurance, muscle weakness, decreased mental concentration, and a decreased ability of the body to resist illnesses. It is important to maintain adequate ATP levels in cells to ensure the normal functioning of the body.

Achieving and normalizing blood circulation.

Poor blood circulation can lead to various health problems. Here are several potential issues associated with poor circulation:

  • Cold extremities: Poor circulation can result in coldness in the hands, feet, fingers, and toes. Insufficient blood flow to the extremities can cause a sensation of coldness and tingling.

  • Swelling: Weak circulation can lead to fluid retention in the tissues, which can result in swelling, particularly in the legs, ankles, and feet.

  • Fatigue and weakness: Inadequate supply of oxygen and nutrients to the muscles can cause fatigue, weakness, and reduced endurance.

  • Leg pain: Poor circulation can cause leg pain, especially during walking or physical activity. This may be referred to as claudication or “walking pain.”

  • Slow wound healing: Impaired circulation can hinder the healing of wounds by reducing the delivery of oxygen, nutrients, and white blood cells to the injured area.

  • Skin color changes: Insufficient circulation can cause changes in skin color, such as paleness or a bluish tint in the extremities.

  • Increased risk of cardiovascular diseases: Poor circulation can be indicative of underlying issues with the cardiovascular system, such as atherosclerosis (narrowing of the arteries) or peripheral vascular disease. This increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, and other heart-related conditions.

  • Digestive problems: Inadequate blood flow to the digestive system can lead to digestive issues, including nausea, heartburn, and gastrointestinal disturbances.

Poor microcirculation, which refers to reduced blood flow through small blood vessels such as capillaries, can have various consequences on the body. Here are several potential consequences:

  1. Tissue damage: Insufficient blood flow and oxygen supply to tissues can cause damage and dysfunction. This can lead to loss of functionality in organs or tissues affected by poor microcirculation.

  2. Slow wound healing: Poor microcirculation can delay the wound healing process. Inadequate blood flow and nutrient delivery to the wound area impede the necessary resources for tissue regeneration and wound epithelialization.

  3. Impaired waste product removal: Efficient microcirculation is important for the removal of waste products from tissues. If blood flow is impaired, waste materials can accumulate in tissues, leading to toxicity and further damage.

  4. Increased risk of disease development: Poor microcirculation can increase the risk of developing various health issues. This may include heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, kidney disease, and other conditions associated with circulatory impairment.

  5. Skin changes: Inadequate blood flow to the skin can cause changes in its appearance and function. This may involve dry skin, temperature sensitivity, changes in skin color, the development of ulcers, or frequent recurring infections.

  6. Reduced regenerative capacity: Proper microcirculation is crucial for tissue and organ regeneration. Poor microcirculation can limit the body’s ability to regenerate and recover from injuries or damage.

The partial pressure of oxygen increases.

The lack of oxygen in tissues, also known as hypoxia, can have serious consequences on the body. Here are several potential consequences of oxygen deprivation in tissues:

Organ damage: Oxygen is crucial for the normal functioning of organs. Oxygen deficiency can cause damage to organs such as the heart, brain, liver, and kidneys. This damage can be temporary or permanent, depending on the duration and severity of hypoxia.

Reduced energy production: Oxygen is necessary for efficient energy production in cells through the process of oxidative phosphorylation. Oxygen deprivation limits this process, which can lead to reduced ATP production, the basic unit of cellular energy. This can affect the energy function of cells and tissues.

Brain damage: The brain is particularly sensitive to oxygen deprivation. Short periods of hypoxia can cause temporary symptoms such as dizziness, confusion, and loss of consciousness. However, prolonged brain hypoxia can result in permanent damage, such as stroke, permanent loss of function, and neurological deficits.

Cardiac muscle damage: Oxygen deficiency can affect the cardiac muscle, leading to a heart attack or damage to the cardiac tissue. The cardiac muscle requires a constant and sufficient supply of oxygen to function properly.

Muscle weakness: Insufficient oxygen supply to the muscles can cause muscle weakness, reduced endurance, and fatigue. Muscles rely on oxygen for normal contraction and function, so oxygen deficiency can impair their ability to work properly.

Kidney damage: The kidneys are organs that play a crucial role in filtering blood and maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance in the body. Oxygen deficiency can damage the kidneys and disrupt their ability to perform these vital functions.

Metabolic changes: Hypoxia can disrupt normal metabolism in the body. This can affect functions such as digestion and hinder the absorption of nutrients.

Gastrointestinal tract damage: Oxygen deprivation in the gastrointestinal tract can cause damage to the mucous membranes and disrupt the normal function of organs such as the stomach and intestines. This can result in digestive problems, impaired nutrient absorption, and irregularities in bowel function.

Immune system disorders: Inadequate oxygen can impact the immune system, reducing its efficiency and ability to resist infections and diseases. This can increase the risk of infections and decrease the body’s ability to fight pathogens.

Reproductive system disturbances: Hypoxia can affect the reproductive system in both males and females. Oxygen deficiency can lead to reduced fertility, menstrual cycle disruptions, problems with placental function during pregnancy, and other reproductive complications.

The lack of oxygen in tissues has serious consequences on the function of various organs and systems in the body. It is important to recognize and adequately treat oxygen deficiency to reduce negative consequences and preserve health. If you experience symptoms or suspect oxygen deprivation, seeking medical help for diagnosis and appropriate treatment is crucial.

Calcium plays a crucial role in cellular function. Here are a few reasons why calcium is important for cells:

  1. With an increased concentration of H+ ions in the membrane region, the pH value decreases near the membrane. This leads to the release of calcium from the protein layer of the cell membrane. Unbound calcium flows into the cell nucleus and initiates numerous metabolic reactions. Macrophages (tissue cells that function as protection against infections) are activated, thereby strengthening the immune system. Metabolism is activated, and nitric oxide is produced, which dilates blood vessels. Additionally, cell genesis (structure, function, and multiplication of cells) is stimulated.

  2. Cell membrane structure: Calcium is necessary for maintaining the integrity and stability of the cell membrane. It helps in preserving the membrane’s structure and regulates the flow of substances into and out of the cell.

  3. Signaling function: Calcium acts as a key signaling molecule within cells. It binds to specific proteins and enzymes, triggering various signaling pathways within the cell. These signals can regulate processes such as metabolism, growth, differentiation, and apoptosis (programmed cell death).

  4. Muscle contraction: Calcium is a critical factor in the process of muscle contraction. When calcium is released within muscle cells, it initiates a series of reactions that result in muscle shortening.

  5. Blood clotting: Calcium is essential for the blood clotting process. It assists in activating clotting factors that help in the formation of blood clots, preventing excessive bleeding.

These are just a few of the reasons why calcium is important for cellular function. Calcium deficiency can lead to various issues in cellular functioning and overall health.

These four outcomes are achieved through the Quantum Wellness SMART program option.

our vision


“We need to realize that we need a longer-term view. We need a slower model of healing, because systems don’t change overnight. The objective is not an end to a particular symptom, although that symptom will resolve in process. Instead, the approach is to modify the entire system, not just to address a particular symptom.”

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Dr sci. med. Marina Luketina Šunjka

Marina holds a doctorate in preventive medicine and serves as the Director of Operations for the study program in Quantum Information Medicine and Functional Nutrition at the ECPD Faculty (European Center for Peace and Development, University for Peace established by the United Nations). With over 25 years of experience in the field of health and nutrition, Marina is passionate about identifying and addressing the underlying causes of aesthetic and health issues.

Her programs offer clients the opportunity to influence their health and aging processes by targeting key factors that affect well-being, optimizing their mental and physical performance through the use of science and technology.

In our center, we prioritize the functional health approach and focus on identifying and addressing cellular-level causes rather than merely treating symptoms and visible external signs of aging. The foundation of our system is based on working at an energetic and informational level to activate natural mechanisms of regeneration and rejuvenation. A revolution is happening right now, and you are at the forefront. Quantum completely changes everything we know about healing and rejuvenation, rendering conventional methods obsolete.

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We always enjoy discussing what we do, why we do it, and how. And since personal experience is the best way to make informed decisions, we invite you to visit us and explore the opportunities available to you.


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